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Lavender Water, Bath Salts, and Soap


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How to Make Bestselling Skincare and Aromatherapy Products for Pennies to Sell at Craft Fairs, Christmas Boutiques, Church Fairs, Fine Stores, and Online. I've created an e-book that will teach you how to not only make bath salts, soaps, candles, and lavender waters, but also how to source your ingredients and market your products. The best part is that the ingredients are far less expensive than the retail product and it only takes a few minutes to create each product, once you have assembled all of your ingredients. I have been making and selling scented products for over 12 years both online and at craft boutiques. The journey of discovering a wide variety of scents has even taken me to Australia - to a lavender farm in Tasmania and one just outside of Melbourne. I've also visited a eucalyptus oil distillery on Kangaroo Island, SA. Now that I live in Southern California, I've been visiting wonderful farms to search out new sources for essential oils. I hope you enjoy this journey of discovery as much as I have. SIZING / FINISHED MEASUREMENTS 4 oz bottle of lavender water, 4 oz bar of soap, 1 cup of bath salts

Recommended with this pattern

  • rock salt, table salt, or sea salt
  • baking soda
  • clear or opaque glycerine soap

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Whether I'm cutting a gemstone from a rough rock into a work of art or blending beads sourced from all over the world into one-off jewelry designs, I am in the business of creating beauty. I am a philanthropist at heart. I love supporting causes that I believe it. All of my profits are channeled into donating jewelry to local causes. For every piece of jewelry I sell, I donate a different one to charity to be auctioned off.